Fmriprep-docker output owned by root

Dear experts,

I’m running fmriprep-docker on a server where I do not have sudo privileges (the server admin added my to the ‘docker’ group).
The output generated by fmriprep-docker is owned by root.
Is there a clean way to get fmriprep-docker generating an output owned by a non-root user?

Thanks a lot for your help!

You can use -u $UID to force the UID of the internal processes to match your own user. There’s potential for issues if you’re using non-default templates, but as long as you’re using defaults, you should be fine.

Thank you so much!! That solved my problem.